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MARBLE FALLS — Now that autumn is here, members of the Marble Falls Parks and Recreation Department are busy attending to various projects at Johnson Park, VFW Park and the city’s soccer fields.

“The Greens,” the affectionate term residents call the soccer fields, will receive  bleachers with money from the Capital Improvement Program, Parks and Recreation Director Robert Moss said.

Granite Country Youth Soccer Association members will assemble and place the bleachers where needed.

“They’re three-row bleachers only,” Moss said. “President Jimmy Fermin said he thought the bleachers would be more beneficial.”

The cost is $1,000 each for four.

“There are at least 10 fields of various sizes,” the director said. “They’ll put them where high participation and more registration is.”